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Thread: Portfolio Critique
June 23rd, 2014 #1
So, I finally decided I really want to pursue art as a career.. I've been taking it very seriously lately, and while I am no where NEAR what I want to be skill wise, I want to go ahead and see if I can get my feet wet a little bit in the industry.. I work a lot however, and it is so hard sometimes to squeeze in time to practice, but I try to get a couple hours at least every day.
I would love if you checked out this temporary portfolio I've made, and give me your thoughts on it. I know it is not the greatest portfolio, but I want to make some income with my art so I can spend more time doing it.
Basically.. Do you think it's worth it to try and get work right now, or should I wait until I've improved more?
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 24th, 2014 #2
I have commissioned artists with less skill.
I think based on what I have PERSONALLY employed before that you are definitely able to. That being said
that is only true if you are able to deliver polished work, presented nicely that also suits what the
It also depends on what kind of jobs you are after, I know plenty of film makers that are after artists especially newer ones.
Its not as if you would stop growing if you tried to get work.
My two cents from the other side of the fence. Ask around more though.
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June 24th, 2014 #3